Good question. You would think that is what players would want. The only reason I can give is that the cosmetics, the look, are important and players have different tastes with regards to what they want the club to look like. That is why we have tried to make the most playable and forgiving club possible within each club type category. Our “blades” are the most forgiving blades, our players cavity designs have high playability and our “game improvement” irons have the highest forgiveness and playability. In fact, if you look at the MPF, most of our designs are in the Super Game Improvement category or the Ultra Game Improvement category. This is achieved by paying attention to the mass and dimensional characteristics of the design, NOT just the traditional cosmetic or perceived category of blades, cavities, etc. that has been passed down through the years. Fact: not all cavity backs are forgiving and not all blades (at least ours) are hard to hit. The only thing that matters in producing a stable and forgiving iron is mass and dimensional characteristics and how they effect where the center of gravity is located. So, in short, you really should play the most forgiving club you can in a model that you like to look at if you want to take advantage of what those designs can do – reduce the bad effects of mishits.